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fresh off the g-20 summit, president obama is back in washington, d.c., and's not stopping to catch his breath. the legislation he says must be taken care of this year. many families have told me that their loved ones died doing what they love. i think that they also died for the ones they loved. >> families who have lost loved ones in combat are given a moment of new remembrance, a chance to share their pain and their pride. driver after driver pulled in to a hospital parking lot to drop off not pick up prescription drugs and all of this could keep you safe in more ways than one.
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hi, this is hln for sunday morning. i'm natasha curry. thanks for spending part of your weekend with us. we appreciate it. trading the world stage for a national one, president obama is once again making his case for health care reform. fresh from their appearance at the g-20 meeting in pittsburgh, the president and first lady here went to the congressional black caucus foundation's annual dinner in washington last night. in his speech to the group, the president emphasized the need for meaningful health care reform. >> of all the barriers still standing in 2009, few are more unjust, few are more entrenched, few are more inhumane than the barriers to a healthy life, and a good education. for the sake of every american living today and for the sake of every american yet to be born, we must bring about a better health care system in this country. not in ten years, not in five years, not in one year.
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this year. >> so far, democrats on the senate finance committee have fought off republican attempts to kill a bill offered by chairman max baucus. republicans have offered numerous amendments and not supported baucus' attempts to pass the bill out of committee. although there are several other health care bills in congress, the baucus bill, which doesn't include a so-called public option, is considered one of the most important. iran now says it will allow u.n. experts to inspect a nuclear plant that the world only found out about days ago. take a look at what are believed to be satellite pictures here of the second plant near tehran. iran's president says it won't be operational for about 18 months. the secrecy surrounding it has ramped up international fears about iran developing nuclear weapons. >> we have an agreement between the iaea and the atomic energy organization of iran, under the terminology of safeguards agreement.
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now, under that agreement, arrangements will be made for the inspectors to come and inspect the new site, and the dates and the details of this inspection will be worked out. >> despite condemnation over its secret nuclear facility, iran tested a missile launching system earlier today. state-run tv isn't giving many details on it but it says two types of missiles were fired. in may, iran said it tested a missile capable of reaching parts of europe. today's tests are part of an exercise that's expected to go on for the next 10 to 11 days. film director roman polanski has been arrested by swiss police on a 30-year-old rape charge here in the u.s. you may remember that in 1978, polanski fled to france after pleading guilty to having sex with a 13-year-old girl. well, this morning, we learned he was arrested on his way to the zurich film festival yesterday. the 79-year-old director won an
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academy award in 2003 for "the pianist" he also wrote and directed "rosemary's baby." for the next two years, social security will be paying out more money than it's taking in. it's the first time this happened since the 1980s and officials said a spike northwesterlily retirement claims from laid off seniors is a big contributor. now there's some good news in all of this. the deficits won't affect payments to retirees because social security has a surplus from previous years, but this will add to the overall federal deficit. this is what happens when more than a month's worth of rain falls in just 12 hours. now more than 75 people are dead or missing in the philippines. a tropical storm triggered landslides and massive flooding as you can see by the people in the water. entire towns were swamped and army troops of volunteers have rescued more than 4,000 people,
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some from their roofs. take a look at i-reporters they captured in manila, thigh-deep water and submerged cars. this is the worst flooding the country's had in 40 years. family and friends said their final good-byes to annie le whose body was found inside the wall of a university building the day she was supposed to get married. barbara hall takes us inside yesterday's memorial service. ♪ >> reporter: two weeks after apie le's murder, mourners gathered for a memorial service, here in el dorado hills, california, near her hometown of placerville. le's mother wrote a vietnamese poem. the poem translated into english by one of annie le's brothers. >> farewell, my child, you are here lying in the cold coffin. >> reporter: le's family thanked those who banded around the family during the tragedy. >> your thoughts and prayers in
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union with many around the world have been a source of comfort and strength for our family. >> reporter: le was found strangled, her body hidden in a wall at a yale university laboratory where she worked. police found her body on the same day she was to be married. charged in the murder, raymond clrk iii, a lab technician who worked alongside her. le's family still trying to come to grips with her death. >> we were all unable to be fully prepared for this tragedy. this crossroad, we are confronted with the tragic passing of annie marie le, our beloved annie. >> reporter: le's family held a private burial after the memorial service. yale officials are planning an october memorial service on campus and are establishing a scholarship in her honor. barbara hall, reporting from atlanta. you probably don't think of prescription pills when you think of recycling, right, but lots of people showed up in niagara county, new york,
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yesterday, with a-to-drop off their old, unwanted medicines. 'the second year st. mary's hospital has hosted the prescription drug dropoff. the idea here is to keep the drugs out of the wrong hands and stop people from polluting the water system. >> like before in the past, i would just dissolve them in water and dump them down the drain but i don't know if that's the proper way to dispose of it. >> a similar event at another hospital collected more than 300 pounds of prescription drugs last year. a "saturday night live" n newbie dropped an "f" bomb over the season premiere. the question is, was it a slip of the tongue? of course we bleepd it out. listen to new cast member jennie slate. >> you know what? >> you frickin' threw an
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ashtrays. i [ bleep ] love you for that. >> "snl" member charles rocket got in trouble for using the "f" word on the show. this is not your average pothole. check it out, heavy rain in north georgia helped open up the sink hole in the middle of the road outside of atlanta. police blocked off the intersection but someone moved the cones and the driver crashed right into this sink hole. fortunately the driver suffered only minor injuries in the incident. if you've been having a soggy weekend, looks like we might have good news for you. let's check in with meteorologist reynolds wolf for a look at the forecast. southeast the rain's gone, right? >> looks good for most areas, especially atlanta, where we've been inundated with herself precipitation over the last couple of days. last monday was awful. it should be a fairly nice day and this area of high pressure will move into the region giving us a pretty dry spell for most of the coming week. however, into the great lakes we go, could see some scattered
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showers and strong storms developing later on in the day. the biggest threat hail, heavy rainfall, possibly flash flooding. as we make our way towards parts of the west coast, we'll see very warm conditions for the four corners and back into southern california with high temperatures that will be going up, check it out, into the triple dinlities for both las vegas and phoenix. 82 degrees in kansas city, 81 in memphis, 9 in tampa. one other quick thing to mention in parts of the high plains and the central rockies we've got an area of high pressure that's going to be setting in to say parts of the dakotas and with that moving in with the frontal boundary and interaction of that low forming over the great lakes, could give us windy conditions in parts of the central plains and back into the rockies, some wind gusts possibly exceeding 16 miles an hour. that say look at your forecast. i'm reynolds wolf for hln. a student facing death asked his classmates an important question. >> i asked everyone, would you
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get this, a new york teach he were has received one of the state's highest honors for going out of her way to help a student. she gave him one of her kidneys. yesterday jennifer mizata-peretti received the state's liberty medal. she never set out to be an organ donor. a former student called and asked if she would donate a kidney to him. >> she's great a maze. >> she's not a relative, not a mother, sister or brother. she's gone out of her way, its eight an extraordinary step, it's a big operation, and she has saved the life. >> i was willing to do what i needed to do to help a student and now a friend for life. >> don't you just love teachers? without her help, kevin o'brien
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would have had to wait eight years for an organ transplant and could have died before finding a match. no word on why he did it, but a man snuck into the grizzly bear exhibit at the san francisco zoo yesterday. okay so lucky for him a zoo visitor tipped off the staff. they fired a warning shot to keep the bears at a safe distance from the guy. he was rescued and had no apparent injuries luckily. i'm larry smith. it's a first in college football. two heisman trophy winners both injured in the first month of the season. tim tebow who took a separate plane to lexington amidst swine flu rumors woekd up in a hospital after getting knocked out of the game in kentucky. third quarter, a sack there, clean hit. watch his head hit against the knee of once of his own offensive lineman, he spent the night in a hospital. first oklahoma sam bradford earlier the season and now tebow
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going down. they hope he'll be okay with his concussion. we have a bye week next week after the win. penn state played as plain as the basic uniforms. nit know lions versus iowa. last night, adrian claiborne with the block, picks it up and runs it all the way in, second year in a row iowa upstates penn state, 21-10 the final here. elsewhere, they got the third round in before the rain came at the tour championship. kenny perry, what a story for him. here on the 4th hole, the great approach shot here, a round of 6 under 64 on the day, near perfect, he has a two-shot lead over tiger woods. he'll be in the final twosome in the final round. great putt by tiger there and phil mickelson did you know he's a bruce lee fan, look at this. whoops. trying to move the sign, he tries to kick the sign, we don't know why. phil, by the way, four shots
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back. $10 million is in place at the tour championship. polar "play of the day," it's a $10 million catch right here, a fly ball in the game last night between the mariners and blue jays. miguel bautista with the wil i-mays 'like basket catch over the shoulder, for your "play of the day." that's sports. oh, the stock market t can get confusing if you don't know where to invest your funds but hln money expert clark howard tells us how to make money without the hassle. >> i want to you know something, i am obsessed with something known as index funds. how could somebody be obsessed with something like that? it's a thing. it's a good thing for you. what is an index fund anyway? it's where, instead of you buying an investment, individual stock or buying a mutual fund, where some brainiac tries to figure out what to buy, what to sell, how much of it to get, in an index fund, it's really
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simple. you just buy all the big companies in the country, soon to be 500 had of those or buy what's known as the total stock market which is generally considered to be thousands of companies, little slices and dices of them. the advantage of an index fund? well, you don't need a brainiac to figure out what to buy and sell. they buy everything so what your charge and management fee is tiny but here's the big news. new report from "the wall street journal" finds that for bonds, 90% of the time an index fund will beat a manager. for stocks, 60% of the time. i'm clark howard, for more ways for to you pack a punch in your wallet, go to cnn.com/clarkhoward. >> and for more good advice don't miss clark's show today at noon. he's going to help you save more, spend less and avoid getting ripped off. a war that ended more than 50 years ago has kept millions of families apart, until now. see the tear-filled reunion
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between brothers and sisters and parents and the children they never got to know.
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families who have lost a loved one in combat gathered to remember them. the an um time of remembrance ceremony was held in washington yesterday. it honors the families of fallen servicemen and women and allows them to share their pride and pain and collectively cope with their loss. >> each of you has lost someone special in your life. there are no words that anyone,
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least of all me, can say that will heal your terrible hurt. but i want to you know that my thoughts and the thoughts of our country are with you. i'm left thinking of a quote that i heard once which assuredly applies to each and every one of you here, to the world, he was one, but to me, he was my world. thank you. thank you for your sacrifice. >> more than 4,000 families have lost loved ones in the iraq war since it began in 2003. another 840 families lost someone in afghanistan. dozens of families separated by the korean war were reunited this weekend. for decades they have had absolutely no contact with each other, no mail, no telephone, no e-mail. song ji-ae has more on the emotional tear-filled reunions. >> reporter: this 88-year-old thought this moment would never
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come. after nearly 60 years of being separated he's holding the hands of his son and daughters, babies when he left them during the korean war. "father, we thought you were dead" says his daughter, now in her 60s. 97 korean families separated by war and ideology for decades were reunited saturday in the north kungan mountains. they showed each other photos of their lives and their relatives who had passed away. most of the families were separated by the korean war in the early 1950s. since then, there have been no phone calls, no letters, and no information at all about family members on the other side of the border. but every story followed a similar tragic pattern. 95-year-old chung dae chun thought he was leaving his youngest son behind in the
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north, just until things settled down. and 79-year-old yi sun ok was separated by her siblings in the panic to escape the fighting. more than 100,000 koreans have registered and looked for relatives on the other side of the border. less than 20,000 have been able to meet, and soon, these families will be separated again. they're allowed to be together for three days, then the south koreans must return home. most are already elderly and frail. they are not sure if they will ever meet again. from the moment they say their emotional hellos, they must prepare for what may be their final good-byes. a world war ii veteran says he just had to get back into that plane that he flew over germany decades ago. >> it will mean a lot because it will be my last landing. i jumped out instead.
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athletes, and we want them to know that they can be more than a singer, dancer, or football player. we have another program for which comcast is our media partner on young ambassadors. we try to teach young adults to navigate life. we teach conflict resolution, about vocations, and about going to school, the importance of time management, discipline, that kind of thing. >> thou, you have an anniversary awards luncheon coming up. you recognize numerous women for their wonderful accomplishments. when is the luncheon? >> sunday, september 27th. people remember it by the sunday morning following the congressional black caucus. it's at 11:00 this year, which is a change of time. >> where is it located? >> this year at the united states naval yard, sixth and m street southeast.
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we're looking forward to having a wonderful time. there's a beautiful view of the water there. >> and in celebrating your 25th anniversary, congratulations, by the way. >> thank youia who are some of our honorees? there's an extensive list. >> we always honor first our founding chairs and fathers. we want to salute them first. janet lange heart corn, we have several other women, we always honor the newly elected blank congresswomen. that will be marsha fudge this year. we have a judge from michigan, judge denise langhart mars, and
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i'm sure we have a couple of more, a general manager of a car dealer, ms. craft from the area, and of course, our wonderful chair, president of the northern verge urban league laverne chapman. regina kelly, the subject of the movie american violet. >> you have an extensive list of women that touch us in so many areas of our lives. >> we have a good mother award. this year it's being received by peter harvey. we are honoring him, because as an attorney general, he worked very hard on domestic violence. that's one of our projects. we honored him. last year we were honored that have kami brown.
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>> thank you for honoring him. >> we are probably the only organization in town that has a $75 fundraising ticket. that's the general admission. there are corporate tickets, member tickets, and general membership tickets, general public tickets. they are selling pretty fast this year. when they hear about the honorees, people want to bring their young children, especially young women to meet these people. they can meet the young lady that flew across the country. >> thank you for joining me. >> we hope to see you there this year. >> my pleasure, definitely. my guest has been dr. faye williams national chair of the national congress of black women. if you're interested in what comcast is doing in your area, go to on demand and click local.
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for comcast local edition, i'm donna richardson.
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fresh off the g-20 summit, president obama is back in washington, d.c., and he's not stopping to catch his breath. the legislation he says must be taken care of this year. many families have told me that their loved ones died doing what they love. i think that they also died for the ones they loved. >> families who have lost loved ones in combat are given a moment of new remembrance, a chance to share their pain and their pride. driver after driver pulled in to a hospital parking lot to drop off, not pick up prescription drugs, and all of this could keep you safe in more ways than one.
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hi, this is hln for sunday morning. i'm natasha curry. thanks for spending part of your weekend with us. we appreciate it. trading the world stage for a national one, president obama is once again making his case for health care reform. fresh from their appearance at the g-20 meeting in pittsburgh, the president and first lady here went to the congressional black caucus foundation's annual dinner in washington last night. in his speech to the group, the president emphasized the need for meaningful health care reform. >> of all the barriers still standing in 2009, few are more unjust, few are more entrenched, few are more inhumane than the barriers to a healthy life, and a good education. for the sake of every american living today and for the sake of every american yet to be born, we must bring about a better health care system in this country. not in ten years, not in five years, not in one year. this year.
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>> so far, democrats on the senate finance committee have fought off republican attempts to kill a bill offered by chairman max baucus. republicans have offered numerous amendments and not supported baucus' attempts to pass the bill out of committee. although there are several other health care bills in congress, the baucus bill, which doesn't include a so-called public option, is considered one of the most important. iran now says it will allow u.n. experts to inspect a nuclear plant that the world only found out about days ago. take a look at what are believed to be satellite pictures here of the second plant near tehran. iran's president says it won't be operational for about 18 months. the secrecy surrounding it has ramped up international fears about iran developing nuclear weapons. >> we have an agreement between the iaea and the atomic energy organization of iran, under the terminology of safeguards agreement. now, under that agreement,
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arrangements will be made for the inspectors to come and inspect the new site, and the dates and the details of this inspection will be worked out. >> despite condemnation over its secret nuclear facility, iran tested a missile launching system earlier today. state-run tv isn't giving many details on it but it does say two types of missiles were fired. in may, iran said it tested a missile capable of reaching parts of europe. today's tests are part of an exercise that's expected to go on for the next 10 to 11 days. film director roman polanski has been arrested by swiss police on a 30-year-old rape charge here in the u.s. you may remember that in 1978, polanski fled to france after pleading guilty to having sex with a 13-year-old girl. well, this morning, we learned he was arrested on his way to the zurich film festival yesterday. the 79-year-old director won an
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academy award in 2003 for "the pianist" he also wrote and directed "rosemary's baby." for the next two years, social security will be paying out more money than it's taking in. it's the first time this happened since the 1980s and officials said a spike in early retirement claims from laid off seniors is a big contributor. now there's some good news in all of this. the deficits won't affect payments to retirees because social security has a surplus from previous years, but this will add to the overall federal deficit. this is what happens when more than a month's worth of rain falls in just 12 hours. now more than 75 people are dead or missing in the philippines. a tropical storm triggered landslides and massive flooding as you can see by the people in the water. entire towns were swamped and army troops of volunteers have rescued more than 4,000 people, some from their roofs.
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take a look at one of our i-reporters what they captured in manila, thigh-deep water and submerged cars. this is the worst flooding the country's had in 40 years. family and friends said their final good-byes to annie le. she's the yale grad student whose body was found inside the wall of a university building, the day she was supposed to get married. barbara hall takes us inside yesterday's memorial service. ♪ >> reporter: two weeks after annie le's murder, mourners gathered for a memorial service, here in el dorado hills, california, near her hometown of placerville. le's mother wrote a vietnamese poem. in jewel eulogy. the poem translated into english by one of annie le's brothers.e. the poem translated into english by one of annie le's brothers. >> farewell, my child, you are here lying in the cold coffin. >> reporter: le's family thanked those who banded together around the family during the tragedy. >> your thoughts and prayers in
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union with many around the world have been a source of comfort and strength for our family. >> reporter: le was found strangled, her body hidden in a wall at a yale university laboratory where she worked. police found her body on the same day she was to be married. charged in the murder, raymond clark iii, a lab technician who worked alongside her. le's family still trying to come to grips with her death. >> we were all unable to be fully prepared for this tragedy. this crossroad, we are confronted with the tragic passing of annie marie le, our beloved annie. >> reporter: le's family held a private burial after the memorial service. yale officials are planning an october memorial service on campus and are establishing a scholarship in her honor. barbara hall, reporting from atlanta. you probably don't think of prescription pills when you think of recycling, right, but lots of people showed up in niagara county, new york, yesterday, to drop off their old, unwanted medicines.
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it's the second year st. mary's hospital has hosted the prescription drug dropoff. the idea here is to keep the drugs out of the wrong hands and stop people from polluting the water system. >> like before in the past, i would just dissolve them in water and dump them down the drain, but i don't know if that's the proper way to go and dispose of it. >> a similar event at another hospital collected more than 300 pounds of prescription drugs last year. uh-oh, a "saturday night live" newbie dropped an "f" bomb over the season premiere. it's all over the internet now. the question is, was it a slip of the tongue? of course we bleeped it out. take a listen for yourself to new cast member jenny slate. >> you know what? >> you frickin' threw an ashtray full of butts at my head. you know what? you stood hup for yourself and i [ muted ] love you for that. >> you're in my heart, babe.
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you're in my heart. >> in 1981, "snl" member charles rocket got in trouble for using the "f" word on the show. this is not your average pothole. check it out, heavy rain in north georgia helped open up the sink hole in the middle of the road outside of atlanta. police blocked off the intersection, but someone still moved the cones and the driver crashed right into this sink hole. look at that. fortunately the driver suffered only minor injuries in the incident. we've got something new to tell you about. starting this tuesday, joy behar is coming to hln with her own show. now here's a sample of what to expect. >> this week we got the season premiere of "dancing with the stars" and right from the start it was fabulous. macy gray, donnie osmond, even marie osmond returned to the scene of the crime to support her brother, donnie. who was sitting with marie?
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jermaine jackson. the man is everywhere, he's like smog. my favorite contestant this year on quns dancing with the stars" is the hammer tom delay who may be soon dancing behind bars. he was wearing a tiny brown vest with glitter. at the beginning of the show he seemed uncomfortable sitting there with all of those russian immigrants and gay men. he had that, what, am i the only one here under federal indictment look on his face? but once the competition started he loosened right up. i don't think a republican's had that much fun tapping his toes since larry craig was in the men's room at the minneapolis airport. wait until he gets up in front of a real judge. i hope that tom sticks around all season. i can't wait for little bruno to nail the hammer, but that's just me. >> there's more joy on the way for you. "the joy behar show" premiere this is tuesday at 9:00 p.m.
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eastern right here on hln. a student facing death asked his classmates an important question. >> i asked everyone, would you really give something up with no chance of payback? >> you've got to hear who stepped forward to give him the gift of life. [ birds squawking ] [ moos ] [ man announcing ] if you think about it, this is what makes theladders different from other job search sites. we only want the big jobs. welcome to theladders. a premium job site for only $100k+ jobs and only $100k+ talent.
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>> she's not a relative, she's not a mother, she's not a sister she's not a brother. she's gone out of her way, its eight an extraordinary step, it's a big operation, and she has saved the life. >> i was willing to do what i needed to do to help a student and now a friend for life. >> don't you just love teachers? without her help, kevin o'brien would have had to wait eight years for an organ transplant and could have died before finding a match. you might call it busology 101. scholars from around the world are in new jersey this weekend for discussions and panels on bruce springsteen. "glory days of bruce springsteen's symposium" coincides with the 60th anniversary and springsteen and psychology and springsteen and social consciousness. i'm larry smith. winning 10 million bucks is cool
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enough but for kenny perry winning with your son as caddie has to be priceless. the mega millions on the line with shots like this, the birdie putt here, 6 under round of 64, he has a two-shot lead over tiger woods, his playing partner today. woods is 6 under par. great save here to save par on 18 on saturday, before the rain. perry tells mr. woods today, "bring it home." >> he better bring his "a" game is all i got to say. >> the two will tee up in international team in october. in college football what a finish. lsu at mississippi state, the tigers trying to hold on and they do. the goal line stand time and time again at the end of the game to hold on to the 30-24 win and the tenth straight win over msu. great finish at michigan as well. tate floris injuries his shoulder, throws the go-ahead
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touchdown pass late in the quarter, teammates are celebrates, dude, don't hit the shoulder. indiana led the entire game. simultaneous possession and ruled an interception. bill lynch runs, throws his headset. i'll throw my gum at my own players. oh, boy, didn't help. iu, a tough loss up in the big house. >> look who will make his nfl return today. michael vick won't start at quarterback but will be in uniform and active since the first time 2006 season when he was the star for the falcons. philly takes on kansas city. that's sports. families who have lost loved ones in combat sought strength and comfort in numbers. ♪ thousands gathered for the annual time of remembrance. this year a hollywood celebrity showed up to share their grief.
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families who have lost a loved one in combat gathered to remember them.
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the annual time of remembrance ceremony was held in washington yesterday. it honors the families of fallen servicemen and women and allows them to share their pride and pain and collectively cope with their loss. >> each of you has lost someone special in your life. there are no words that anyone, least of all me, can say that will heal your terrible hurt. but i want you to know that my thoughts and the thoughts of our country are with you. i'm left thinking of a quote that i heard once which assuredly applies to each and every one of you here, to the world, he was one, but to me, he was my world. thank you. thank you for your sacrifice. >> more than 4,000 families have lost loved ones in the iraq war since it began in 2003. another 840 families lost someone in afghanistan. a u.s. drone has crashed
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into the headquarters of an iraqi political party in northern iraq. the u.s. military says the drone went down city in the city of mosul. it crashed into the roof of the iraqi islamic party, the largie sunni political party in iraq. the pentagon says the crash into the roof of the building was only a coincidence. the husband of a congresswoman died while on a mountain climbing trip in tibet. aides to new york representative carolyn maloney said that clifton maloney died in his sleep after reaching the summit of the world's sixth highest mountain. the 70-year-old was a millionaire investment banker. carolyn maloney has served in congress since 1993 and recently announced she was giving up her bid for the senate. ♪ some scientists are warning that global warming is changing the landscape of greenland. phil black went along with the environmental group greenpeace
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to visit a remote glacier and reports on why climate change in greenland will likely impact the world for today's "e "eco solutions." this is the pf. the greenpeace ship and its crew are providing support for scientists like dr. gordon hamilton. >> the beauty of this. >> my god. it's unbelievable. >> reporter: dr. hamilton is from the university of maine. he shows me why greenland has the potential to change life on this planet. >> the white in the background. >> reporter: the vast greenland ice sheet is an ancient reserve of frozen fresh water. its size is difficult to
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comprehend. >> it stretches for several hundred miles and reaches thickness of about miles thick. in terms of the volume, it would raise the elevation about six meters. >> reporter: it feeds into this one. the blue line marks the front of the glacier when icebergs carve off it's huge. like many glasiers it's retreating. it's five miles or eight kilometers shorter than it was 10 years ago t. doctor's research shows it's flowing into the ocean much faster. >> some scientists believe what is happening in greenland is part of a natural cycle but others say human activities are drastically changing the landscape with consequences that
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fresh off the g-20 summit president obama is back in washington, d.c. and not stopping to catch his breath. the legislation he says must be taken care of this year. >> many families have told me that their loved ones died doing what they loved. i think that they also died for the ones they loved. >> family who is have lost loved ones in combat are given a moment of remembrance, a chance to share their pain and their pride. driver after driver pulled into a hospital parking lot to drop off not pick up prescription drugs. all of this could keep you safe in more ways than one.
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hi, this is hln for sunday morning. i'm natasha curry. we appreciate it. trading the world stage for a national one, president obama is again making his case for health care reform. fresh from the appearance at the g-20 meeting in pittsburgh the president and first lady here went to the congressional black caucus foundation's annual dinner in washington last night. in his speech to the group the president emphasized the need for meaningful health care reform. >> of all the barriers still standing in 2009, few are more unjust, few are more entrenched, few are more inhumane than the barriers to a healthy life and a good education. for the sake of every american living today and for the sake of every american yet to be born, we must bring about a better health care system in this country. not in ten years, not in five years, not in one year, this
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year. >> so far democrats on the senate finance committee have fought off republican attempts to kill a bill offered by chairman max baucus. republicans have offered numerous amendments and not supported baucus's attempts to pass the bill out of committee. though there are several other health care bills in congress the baucus bill which doesn't include a so-called public option is considered one of the most important. iran says it will allow u.n. experts to inspect a nuclear plant that the world only found out about days ago. look at what are believed to be satellite pictures of the second plant near tehran. the secrecy around it has ramped up international fears about iran developing nuclear weapons. >> we have an agreement between the iea and the atomic organization of iran under the terminology of safeguards agreement.
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under that agreement, arrangements will be made for the inspectors to come and inspect the new site and the dates and the details of this inspection would be worked out. >> despite condemnation over its secret nuclear facility, iran tested a missile launching system earlier today. state-run tv isn't giving many details but says two types of missiles were fired. in may iran said it tested a missile capable of reaching parts of europe. the exercise is expected to go on for the next ten to 11 days. director roman polanski has been arrested by swiss police on a 30-year-old rape charge in the u.s. you may remember in 1978 polanski fled to france after pleading guilty to having sex with a 13-year-old girl. this morning we learned he was arrested on his way to the zurich film festival t. 79-year-old director won an
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academy award in 2003 for "the pianist" and wrote and directed rosemary's baby. for the next two years social security will pay out more than it's taking in. it's the first time this happened since the 1980s and officials say a spike in early retirement claims for laid off seniors is a big contributor. there is some good news. officials say the deficits won't affect payments to retirees because social security has a surplus from previous years, but this will add to the overall federal deficit. this is what happen when's more than a month's worth of rain falls in just 12 hours. now more than 75 people are dead or missing in the philippines. a tropical storm triggered landslides and massive flooding as you can see. entire towns were swamped and authorities say army troops of volunteers have r s havs have r
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than 4,000 people. this shows thigh deep water and submerged cars. this is the worst flooding the country had in 40 years. family and friends said their final good-byes to annie le whose body was found in the wall of a university building the day she was supposed to get married. inside yesterday's memorial service. >> reporter: two weeks after annie le's murder mourners gathered for a memorial service. here in eldorado hills, california near her hometown of placerville. le's mother wrote a poem. the poem translated into english by one of annie's brothers. >> farewell, my child. you are here lying in the cold coffin. >> reporter: le's family thanked those who banded around them during their tragedy.
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>> your thoughts and prayers with many around the world have been a source of comfort and strength for our family. >> reporter: le was strangled, her body hidden in a lab where she worked. police found her body on the same day she was to be married. charged in the murder, raymond clark iii a lab technician who worked along side her. le's family still trying to come to grips with her death. >> we were unable to be fully prepared for this tragedy. this crossroad we are confronted with the tragic passing of annie marie le, our beloved annie. >> reporter: her family health a private burial after the service. yale officials are planning an october memorial service on campus and are establishing a scholarship in her honor. barbara hall reporting from atlanta. you probably don't think of prescription pills when you think of recycling. people showed up niagara county,
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new york to drop off their unwanted medicine. this is the second year that the hospital hosted the prescription drug drop-off. the idea here is to keep the drugs out of the wrong hands and stop people from polluting the water system. >> before in the past i would dissolve them in water and dump them down the drain. i don't know that's the proper way. >> our affiliate says a similar event at another hospital collected more than 300 pounds of prescription drugs last year. uh-oh, a "saturday night live" newby dropped an f-bomb on the show's premiere. it's all over the internet now. the question is, was at slip of the tongue? of course we bleeped it out for you. take a listen to the new cast member jenny slate. >> you know what. you know what, you stood up for yourself and i [ bleep ] love you for that. >> you're in my heart, babe. >> according to entertainment
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weekly.com in 1981 snl cast member charles rocket got in trouble for using the f-word on the show. this is not your average pot hole. heavy rain in north georgia helped open up the sinkhole in the middle of the road but police blocked off the intersection but someone still moved the cones and the driver crashed right into this sinkhole. look at that. fortunately, the driver suffered only minor injuries in the incident. having a soggy weekend? good news for you. let's check win reynolds wolf with a look at the forecast. >> it looks pretty good for most of the area especially in atlanta where we've been inundated with heavy precipitation over the last couple of days. certainly last monday was awful. we expect things to dry out, should be fairly nice in this area of high pressure is going to move into the region, giving us a pretty dry spell for most of the coming week. however, in the great lakes we go, could see scattered showers and strong storms developing
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later on in the day. looks like the biggest threat hail, heavy rain, possibly flash flooding and damaging winds. can't rule out an isolated tornado. as we make our way back out toward parts of the west coast where we see there very warm conditions for the four corners back in southern california with high temperatures going up. check it out. in the triple digits for las vegas and phoenix. 80 in denver, 82 in kansas city, 81 in memphis, 89 in tampa. one quick thing to mention, in parts of the high plains and into the central rockies, we've got area of high pressure that's actually going to set into, say, parts of the dakotas. with that moving win this frontal boundary and the interaction with that low over the great lakes could give us very windy conditions in parts of the central plains and back in the rockies, some wind gusts possibly exceeding 60 miles per hour. that's a look at the forecast. i'm reynolds for hln. >> a student facing death asked an important question. >> i asked everyone, would you
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save money. live better. walmart. get this. a new york teacher has received one of the state's highest honors for going out of her way to help a student. she gave him one of her kidneys. yesterday, jennifer received the the state senate liberty medal. the teacher said she never set out to be an organ donor but a former student called and asked if she would donate a kidney to him. >> she's great. she's amazing. >> she's not a relative, not mother, sister, brother. she's gone out of her way, it's an extraordinary step, a big operation, and she has save add life. >> i was willing to do what i needed to do to help a student and now a friend for life. >> don't you love teachers. without her help kevin o'brian would have had to wait eight years for an organ transplant
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and could have died before finding a match. no word on why he did it but a man snuck into the grizzly bear exhibit at the san francisco zoo yesterday. so lucky for him a zoo visitor tipped off the staff. they fire add warning shot to keep the bears at a safe distance from the guy. he was rescued and had no apparent injuries. luckily. i'm larry smith. it's a first in college football. two heisman trophy winners injured. tim tebow admits swine flu rumors woke up in a hospital after getting knocked out of the game. third quarter, the sack there, hit against the knee of one of his linemen. he was motionless on the ground. had to be helped off the field and carted off the field. spent the night in a hospital. sam bradford earlier this season and now tebow going down. they hope he'll be okay.
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they have a bye week after the win. penn state played. five lions versus iowa last night in state college. adrian claiborne with the block. runs it, seconds year 18 row iowa upsets penn state, 21-10 is the final here. elsewhere, they got the third round in before the rain came at the tour championship. kenny perry, what a story for him. here on the fourth hole, the great approach shot. a round of 6 under 64 on the day, near perfect. he had a two-shot lead over tiger woods. will be in the final twosome in the final round. great putt by tiger there. and hey, phil mickelson, did you know he is a bruce lee fan? look at this. trying to -- whoops. trying to move the sign, he tries to kick the sign. we don't know why. phil four shots back. $10 million is in play at the
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tour championship. play of the day, $10 million catch here. a fly ball in the game between the mariners and blue jays. look at miguel bautista with the willy mays-like basket catch. play of the day. that's sports. napa's not the only game in town. anderson valley, california offers amazing wine, charming vineyards and a great getaway without the crowds. >> to find amazing wines and charming vineyards drive past napa to a hidden gem of the california wine country. >> the anderson valley wine country is really reminiscent of what napa valley used to be 20 years ago. there's farm stands and family-run wineries there that are really fun to explore. >> many wineries offer free tastings and the owners often
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will pour the wine themselves. >> the wine company has the most photogenic of the tasting rooms. it's a wooden building that used to be used for drying apples. estherlina is in the hills so there are beautiful views. bowls of gold fish and cheetos come with the tastings. that's how these vineyards break thele rules. >> beer is also available. the anderson valley brewing company has hand crafted brews and frisbee golf. hearing the ?
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in poland, cargill borrowed the idea for something quite different. small polish farms had difficulty getting affordable feed for their smaller herds of animals.
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so cargill created a way to bring the feed directly to them. on musical delivery trucks... selling a few bags per visit. keeping the small farmers competitive... and their animals happier. this is how cargill works with customers. family who is lost a loved one in combat gathered to remember them. the annual time of remembrance ceremony was held in washington. it honors the families of fallen men and women and allows them to share their pride and pain and collectively cope with their loss. >> each of you lost someone
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special in your life. there are no words that anyone, least of all me, can say that will heal your terrible hurt. but i want you to know that my thoughts and the thoughts of our country are with you. i'm left thinking of a quote i heard which applies to each and every one of you. to the world he was one. but to me, he was my world. thank you. thank you for your sacrifice. more than 4,000 families have lost loved ones in the iraq war since it began in 2003. another 840 families lost someone in afghanistan. a u.s. drone has crashed into the headquarters of an iraqi political party in northern iraq. the u.s. military says that the drone went down friday in the city of mosul, it crashed into the roof of the iraqi islamic party, the largest sunni political party in iraq. the pentagon says the crash into
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the roof of the building was only a coincidence. the husband of a congresswoman died while on a mountain climbing trip. aides to carolyn maloney says that clifton died in his sleep after reaching the summit of the mountain t. the 71-year-old was a millionaire investment banker. carolyn maloney served in congress since 1993 and recently announced she was giving up her bid for the senate. something new to tell you about. starting this tuesday, joy behar is coming to hln with her own show. here's a sample of what to expect. >> this week we got the season premiere of dancing with the stars. right from the start it was fabulous. macy gray, michael irvin, even marie osmond returned to the scene of the crime to support her brother donny. and who was with marie, jermaine jackson, the man is everywhere,
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like smog. my favorite contestant this year on "dancing with the stars" is the hammer, tom delay, the former house majority leader who may soon dance behind bars. tom was wearing a tiny brown vest with glitter. he looked like one of the flying monkeys from "the wizard of oz." at the beginning he seemed uncomfortable with all of the russian immigrants and gay men. he had that what am i the only one under federal indictment look on his face. once the competition started he loosened up. in fact, i don't think a republican had that much fun tapping his toes since larry craig in the minneapolis airport. i thought tom danced okay even if the judges were rough. wait until he gets up in front of a real judge. i hope that tom sticks around all season. i can't wait for little bruno to nail the hammer. but that's just me. >> there is more joy on the way. "the joy behar show" premieres this tuesday at 9:00 p.m. eastern here on hln.
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a world war two veteran says he had to get back in the plane that he flew over germany decades ago. >> it will mean a lot. i don't remember the last landing. i jumped out instead. >> you'll see how he was able tn complete his last mission with his family by his side. what to . now, all of a sudden, we're there, in that role, at that time in our lives where everyone and everything is depending on us. it's a scary feeling, but it's also a good one. especially when i'm confident someone's there for me.
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president obama back in washington from his appearance at the g-20 summit in pittsburgh. at the congressional black caucus din ter president dove back in the health care debate saying congress needs to pass a health care bill this year. friends and family said good-byes to annie le, the funeral was held yesterday here in california. she was found dead at the new haven lab where she worked on the day that she was supposed to get married. a co-worker is charged with her killing. germans are voting in their national elections today. recently several threatening videos from al qaeda and the taliban have been posted to the
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internet warning voters to stay away from the polls. the chancellor is expected to win another four-year term. it's a quick check of the headlines here for this last sunday in september. time flies, doesn't it. i'm natasha curry. iran's president got a welcome home. international pressure is rising after iran's revelation of a secret nuclear enrichment plant. officials there are blasting the u.s. and otters for what they say was a hostile reaction. they also promised to come through on a critical u.s. demand. >> reporter: one day after the u.s., britain and france called out iran for building a secret nuclear site, iranian officials insisted they have nothing to hide. and will comply with demands to let international inspectors into the facility. >> there is no nuclear material that the new site and we are arranging and inspector will
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confirm. >> reporter: secretary of state hillary clinton welcomed the pledge to allow inspectors in but made clear the u.s. expects concrete action at key nuclear talks on thursday. >> we are hopeful that in preparing for the meeting on october 1st iran comes and shares with all of us what they are willing to do and gives us a time table on which they are willing to proceed. >> reporter: the united states has long suspected tehran of trying to develop nuclear weapons and in his weekly address president obama warned iran's leaders the u.s. is not alone in its suspicions. >> yesterday, i stood shoulder to should wer our european allies in condemning iran's program. in our meetings and public statements president medvedev of russia and i agree iran must pursue a new course or face consequences. >> reporter: that means possibly tougher sanctions and president obama says the u.s. is keeping all options on the table including a military one. but in an interview for cnn
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state of the union with john king, defense secretary robert gates said even that has its limits. >> the reality is there is no military option that does anything more than buy time. >> reporter: next up the crucial meeting thursday in geneva when iranian diplomats sit down with officials from the u.s. and the other permanent members of the u.n. security council. despite condemnation over its secret nuclear facility, iran tested a missile launching system earlier today. state-run tv isn't giving many details but says two types of missiles were fired. in may iran said it test add missile capable of reaching parts of europe. today's tests are part of an exercise expected to go on ten to 11 days. film director roman polanski has been arrested by swiss
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police on a 30-year-old rape charge here in the u.s. you may remember that in 1978 polanski fled to france after pleading guilty to having sex with a 13-year-old girl. this morning we learned he was arrested on his way to the zurich film festival. the 79-year-old won an academy award in 2003 for "pianist." for two years social security will pay out more than its taking in. it's the first time this happened since the 1980s and officials say a spike in early retirement claims from laid off seniors is a big contributor. there is good news, the deficits won't affect payments to retirees because social security has a surplus from previous years but this will add to the overall federal deficit. this is what happens when more than a month's worth of rain falls in just 12 hours. now more than 75 people are dead
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or missing in the philippines. a tropical storm triggered land slides and massive flooding as you can see by the people in the water. entire towns were swamped. army troops and volunteers have rescue mord than 4,000 people. some from their roofs. and take a look at one of our i-reporters. it shows thigh deep water and submerged cars. this is the worst flooding the country has had in 40 years. you probably don't think of prescription pills when you think of recycling. people showed up in niagara count tee drop off unwanted medicine. this is the second year that the hospital hosted the drug drop-off. the idea is to keep the drugs out of the wrong hands and stop people from polluting the water system. >> like before in the past i would dissolve them in water and dump them down the drain. i don't know that's the proper way to dispose of it. >> our affiliate says a similar
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event at another hospital collected more than 300 pounds of prescription drugs last year. uh-oh, a "saturday night live" newby dropped an f-bomb on the show's premiere. the question is, was it a slip of the tongue? of course we bleeped it out for you but take a listen to jenny slate. >> you know what. you frickin' threw an ashtray full of butts at my head. you know what, you stood up for yourself. i [ bleep ] love you for that. >> according to entertainment weekly.com in 1981 charles rocket got in trouble for using the f-word on the show. >> this is not your average pot hole obviously. check it out. heavy rain in north georgia helped open up this sinkhole in the middle of the road outside of atlanta. police blocked off the intersection but someone still moved the cones and the driver
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crashed into this sinkhole. look at that. fortunately, the driver suffered only minor injuries in the incident. if you're having a soggy weekend look likes good news for you. let's check in with reynolds wolf for a look at the forecast. the rain's gone? >> looks pretty good. especially in atlanta where we've been inundated with heavy precipitation over the last couple days. certainly last monday was awful. but we're expecting things to dry out, should be a fairly nice day. this area of high pressure is going to move into the region giving us a dry spell for most of the week. however, in the great lakes we go, could see scattered showers and strong storms developing later on in the day. looks like the biggest threat is hail, heavy rain, possibly flash flooding and damaging winds. can't rule out an isolated tornado. meanwhile as we make our way out to parts of the west coast, we see there, very warm conditions for the four corners and back in southern california with high temperatures that will be going up. check it out. into the triple digits for las vegas and phoenix. 80 degrees in denver, 82 in
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kansas city, 81 in memphis, 89 in tampa a. quick thing to mention, in the high plains and back into the central rockies we've got area of high pressure that's actually going to be setting into, say, parts of the dakotas. with that moving in with this frontal boundary and the interaction with that low forming over the great lakes, could give us very windy conditions in parts of the central plains and then back in the rockies, some wind gusts possibly exceeding 60 miles an hour. that's a look at the forecast. i'm reynolds wolf for hln. banks make a lot of money from extra fees. but soon you, the customer, could get a small break. jennifer westhoven is looking out for you. >> this week, some of the big banks decided they were going to trim those nasty overdraft fees. bank of america, and wells fargo started it. chase, u.s. bank followed, maybe more t. question is, is that going to be enough to pacify
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congress? congress has been hearing a lot of people saying they are furious after getting socked by overdraft fees which could be around $35 and if you make a mistake you can get hit with a few in one day. it can be hundreds of dollars. banks don't want to give them all in. they are a gold mine for them, they brought in $38 billion this year alone. so banks are hoping to give an inch so they can keep most of that revenue stream. bank of america and welgs far go, for example, they are cutting the number of time these can hit you in a day. it used to be ten times a day in some cases they could hit you $50 in fees. some banks are not going to hit you, say you go over by only $10. they won't whack you for a little mistake. we'll see if that's enough. congress is getting set to pass new regulations on debit and credit card fees that could possibly protect you. and you can get more great money advise each week day on
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>> she's great. she's amazing. >> she's not a relative, not mother, sister, brother. she's gone out of her way, it's an extraordinary step, a big operation and she saved a life. >> i was willing to do what i needed to do to help a student and now a friend for life. >> don't you love teachers. without her help kevin o'brian would have had to wait eight years for an organ transplant and could have died before finding a match. you might call it bossology 101. scholars are in new jersey this weekend for a discussion and panel on bruce springsteen. glory days of bruce springsteen coincides with the 60th birthday of the rock 'n roll legend. topics include areas as springsteen and psychology and springsteen and social consciousness. i'm larry smith. winning 10 million bucks is cool
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enough. for kenny perry winning it with your son working as your caddie has to be priceless t. 49-year-old is in the lead of the tour championship, the season ending atlanta event with mega millions on the line with shots like this. the birdie putt here, 6 under round of 64, he has a two-shot lead over tiger woods. woods is at 6 under par. great save here to save par on 18 on saturday before the rain hit. mr. perry tells mr. woods for today bring it home. >> you know what, he better bring his a game is all i got to say. >> the team in the president cup in the international team in october. in college football, what a finish. lsu at mississippi state. the tigers trying to hold on and they do. the goal line stands time and time again to hold on to the 30-24 win and the tenth straight win over msu. great finish at michigan as well. how about tate forcier, injures his shoulder, comes back, throws
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the touchdown pass late in the fourth quarter. his teammates forgot oh, don't hit the shoulder. indiana led the entire game. simultaneous possession here it appeared but ruled an interception and iu coach bill lynch can't believe it. runs, throws his head set. what else. i'm going to throw my gum at my own players. oh, boy. didn't help. iu tough loss in the big house. look who will make his return today. michael vick won't start at quarterback but will be in uniform and active since the 2006 season. vick's suspension is over and is expected to play for the eagles with starting quarterback tom mcnabb injured as philly takes on kansas city. that's sports. a war that ended more than 50 years ago kept millions of families apart until now. see the tear-filled reunion between brothers and sisters and parents and the children they never got to know. woman: caitlin's pretty competitive.
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loved one in combat gathered to remember them. the annual time of remembrance ceremony was held in washington yesterday. it honors the families of fallen service men and women and allows them to share pride and pain and collectively cope with their loss. >> each of you lost someone special in your life. there are no words that anyone, least of all me, ka can say that will heal your terrible hurt. but i want you to know that my thoughts and the thoughts of our country are with you. i'm left thinking of a quote i heard which assuredly applies to each and every one of you. to the world he was one. but to me, he was my world. thank you. thank you for your sacrifice. >> more than 4,000 families have lost loved ones in the iraq war since it began in 2003. another 840 families lost someone in afghanistan.
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a u.s. drone has crashed into the headquarters of an iraqi political party in northern iraq. the u.s. military says that the drone went down friday in the city of mosul, it crashed into the roof of the iraqi islamic party, the largest sunni political party in iraq. the pentagon says the crash into the roof of the building was only a coincidence. the husband of a congresswoman died while on a mountain climbing trip. aides to new york representative carolyn maloney said that clifton maloney died in his sleep after reaching the summit of the sixth highest mountain t. 71-year-old was a millionaire investment banker. carolyn maloney served since 1993 and recently announced she was giving up her bid for the senate. dozens of families separated by the korean war were reunited this weekend. for decades they had absolutely no contact with each other. no mail, no telephone, no
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e-mail. more on the owe motional tear-fill read unions. >> reporter: 88-year-old yoonkidai thought this would never come. after 60 years of being separated he is holding the hands of his when he left them during the korean war. "father, we thought you were dead" says his daughter, now in her 60s. 97 korean families separated by war and ideology for decades were reunited saturday in the north kungan mountains. they showed each other photos of their lives and their relatives who had passed away. most of the families were separated by the korean war in the early 1950s. since then, there have been no phone calls, no letters, and no information at all about family members on the other side of the border. but every story followed a similar tragic pattern.
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95-year-old chung dae chun thought he was leaving his youngest son behind in the north, just until things settled down. and 79-year-old yi sun ok was separated by her siblings in the panic to escape the fighting. more than 100,000 koreans have registered and looked for relatives on the other side of the border. less than 20,000 have been able to meet, and soon, these families will be separated again. they're allowed to be together for three days, then the south koreans must return home. most are already elderly and frail. they are not sure if they will ever meet again. from the moment they say their emotional hellos, they must prepare for what may be their final good-byes. sohn jie-ae, cnn. a world war ii veteran says he just had to get back into that plane that he flew over germany decades ago.
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fresh off the g-20 summit, president obama is back in washington, d.c., and he's not stopping to catch his breath. the legislation he says must be taken care of this year. many families have told me that their loved ones died doing what they love. i think that they also died for the ones they loved. >> families who have lost loved ones in combat are given a moment of new remembrance, a chance to share their pain and their pride. driver after driver pulled in to a hospital parking lot to drop off, not pick up prescription drugs, and all of this could keep you safe in more ways than one. hi, this is hln for sunday
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morning. i'm natasha curry. thanks for spending part of your weekend with us. we appreciate it. trading the world stage for a national one, president obama is once again making his case for health care reform. fresh from their appearance at the g-20 meeting in pittsburgh, the president and first lady here went to the congressional black caucus foundation's annual dinner in washington last night. in his speech to the group, the president emphasized the need for meaningful health care reform. >> of all the barriers still standing in 2009, few are more unjust, few are more entrenched, few are more inhumane than the barriers to a healthy life, and a good education. for the sake of every american living today and for the sake of every american yet to be born, we must bring about a better health care system in this country. not in ten years, not in five years, not in one year. this year.
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>> so far, democrats on the senate finance committee have fought off republican attempts to kill a bill offered by chairman max baucus. republicans have offered numerous amendments and not supported baucus' attempts to pass the bill out of committee. although there are several other health care bills in congress, the baucus bill, which doesn't include a so-called public option, is considered one of the most important. iran now says it will allow u.n. experts to inspect a nuclear plant that the world only found out about days ago. take a look at what are believed to be satellite pictures here of the second plant near tehran. iran's president says it won't be operational for about 18 months. the secrecy surrounding it has ramped up international fears about iran developing nuclear weapons. >> we have an agreement between the iaea and the atomic energy organization of iran, under the terminology of safeguards agreement. now, under that agreement, arrangements will be made for
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the inspectors to come and inspect the new site, and the dates and the details of this inspection will be worked out. >> despite condemnation over its secret nuclear facility, iran tested a missile launching system earlier today. state-run tv isn't giving many details on it but it does say two types of missiles were fired. in may, iran said it tested a missile capable of reaching parts of europe. today's tests are part of an exercise that's expected to go on for the next 10 to 11 days. film director roman polanski has been arrested by swiss police on a 30-year-old rape charge here in the u.s. you may remember that in 1978, polanski fled to france after pleading guilty to having sex with a 13-year-old girl. well, this morning, we learned he was arrested on his way to the zurich film festival yesterday. the 79-year-old director won an academy award in 2003 for "the
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pianist" he also wrote and directed "rosemary's baby." for the next two years, social security will be paying out more money than it's taking in. it's the first time this happened since the 1980s and officials said a spike in early retirement claims from laid off seniors is a big contributor. now there's some good news in all of this. the deficits won't affect payments to retirees because social security has a surplus from previous years, but this will add to the overall federal deficit. this is what happens when more than a month's worth of rain falls in just 12 hours. now more than 75 people are dead or missing in the philippines. a tropical storm triggered landslides and massive flooding as you can see by the people in the water. entire towns were swamped and army troops of volunteers have rescued more than 4,000 people, some from their roofs. take a look at one of our
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i-reporters what they captured in manila, thigh-deep water and submerged cars. this is the worst flooding the country's had in 40 years. family and friends said their final good-byes to annie le. she's the yale grad student whose body was found inside the wall of a university building, the day she was supposed to get married. barbara hall takes us inside yesterday's memorial service. ♪ >> reporter: two weeks after annie le's murder, mourners gathered for a memorial service, here in el dorado hills, california, near her hometown of placerville. le's mother wrote a vietnamese poem. in eulogy. the poem translated into english by one of annie le's brothers. >> farewell, my child, you are here lying in the cold coffin. >> reporter: le's family thanked those who banded together around the family during the tragedy. >> your thoughts and prayers in union with many around the world have been a source of comfort
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and strength for our family. >> reporter: le was found strangled, her body hidden in a wall at a yale university laboratory where she worked. police found her body on the same day she was to be married. charged in the murder, raymond clark iii, a lab technician who worked alongside her. le's family still trying to come to grips with her death. >> we were all unable to be fully prepared for this tragedy. this crossroad, we are confronted with the tragic passing of annie marie le, our beloved annie. >> reporter: le's family held a private burial after the memorial service. yale officials are planning an october memorial service on campus and are establishing a scholarship in her honor. barbara hall, reporting from atlanta. you probably don't think of prescription pills when you think of recycling, right, but lots of people showed up in niagara county, new york, yesterday, to drop off their old, unwanted medicines.
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it's the second year st. mary's hospital has hosted the prescription drug dropoff. the idea here is to keep the drugs out of the wrong hands and stop people from polluting the water system. >> like before in the past, i would just dissolve them in water and dump them down the drain, but i don't know if that's the proper way to go and dispose of it. >> a similar event at another hospital collected more than 300 pounds of prescription drugs last year. uh-oh, a "saturday night live" newbie dropped an "f" bomb on the comedidy show's season premier. it's all over the internet now. the question is, was it a slip of the tongue? of course we bleeped it out. take a listen for yourself to new cast member jenny slate. >> you know what? >> you frickin' threw an ashtray full of butts at my head. you know what? you stood hup for yourself and i [ muted ] love you for that. >> you're in my heart, babe. you're in my heart.
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>> in 1981, "snl" member charles rocket got in trouble for using the "f" word on the show. this is not your average pothole. check it out, heavy rain in north georgia helped open up the sink hole in the middle of the road outside of atlanta. police blocked off the intersection, but someone still moved the cones and the driver crashed right into this sink hole. look at that. fortunately the driver suffered only minor injuries in the incident. i'm reynolds wolf for hln with a look at your forecast across the nation. talking about gray skies in parts of the southeast. looks like we'll see some of that in the northeast. great fall colors. look at these shots we have for you, these i-reports in from mike in contoward, vermont. just beautiful pictures. if you happen to go out, enjoy the beautiful sights you'll see with all the fall colors but also look out for scattered showers. they'll stick around through a good part of the day. back to the weather maps. looks like we'll see a chance of
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not only rain but possibly severe thunderstorms in parts of the great lakes. got this frontal boundary that's going to be moving through places like milwaukee, back into chicago, eventually through gary, indiana, maybe even detroit before the day is out. you'll have a chance at some severe weather, possibly some damaging wind, large hail, maybe even some heavy rainfall and isolated tornado is also a possibility. could see some strong winds across parts of the central plains. some wind gusts happening 60 miles per hour in the desert southwest, the big story is going to be the extreme heat. temperatures again going back into the triple digits. if you want proof of that, look at some of the temperatures we'll see there. 107 for phoenix. 102 in las vegas. 86 salt lake city. 60s mainly from seattle southward even into portland. 81 degrees in san francisco. 87 in los angeles. 82 kansas city. 93 in dallas. low 90s in houston. 89 in tampa. 69 for new york and 65 in boston. those scattered showers out by fenway park. that's a look at your forecast. i'm reynolds wolf for hln. we've got something new to tell you about.
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starting this tuesday, joy behar is coming to hln with her own show. now here's a sample of what to expect. >> this week we got the season premiere of "dancing with the stars" and right from the start it was fabulous. macy gray, michael irwin, donny osmond, even marin osmond returned to the scene of the crime to support her brother, donnie. who was sitting with marie? jermaine jackson. the man is everywhere, he's like smog. my favorite contestant this year on "dancing with the stars" is the hammer tom delay who may be soon dancing behind bars. he was wearing a tiny brown vest with glitter. he looked like one of the flying monkeys from the wizard of oz. at the beginning of the show he seemed uncomfortable sitting there with all of those russian immigrants and gay men. he had that, what, am i the only one here under federal indictment look on his face? but once the competition started he loosened right up. i don't think a republican's had that much fun tapping his toes
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since larry craig was in the men's room at the minneapolis airport. i thought tom danced okay, even if the judges were a little rough. hey, wait until he gets up in front of a real judge. i hope that tom sticks around all season. i can't wait for little bruno to nail the hammer, but that's just me. >> there's more joy on the way for you. "the joy behar show" premiere this use at:00 p.m. eastern right here on hln. a student facing death asked his classmates an important question. >> i asked everyone, would you really give something up with no chance of payback? >> you've got to hear who stepped forward to give him the gift of life. we created our college of business and management... after collaborating with business leaders. we wanted our curriculum to match market needs, preparing you for today's most sought-after careers. in fact, we have not one but five specialized colleges,
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get this, a new york teacher has received one of the state's highest honors for going out of her way to help a student. she gave him one of her kidneys. yesterday jennifer mazzatta-perretti received the state senate's liberty medal.
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the teacher said that she never set out to be an organ donor. a former student called and asked if she would donate a kidney to him. >> she's great. she's amazing. >> she's not a relative, she's not a mother, she's not a sister she's not a brother. she's gone out of her way, it's eight an extraordinary step, it's a big operation, and she has saved the life. >> i was willing to do what i needed to do to help a student and now a friend for life. >> don't you just love teachers? without her help, kevin o'brien would have had to wait eight years for an organ transplant and could have died before finding a match. no word on why did he it, but a man snuck into the grizzly bear exhibit at the san francisco zoo yesterday. lucky for him a zoo visitor tipped off the staff. they fired a warning shot to keep the bears at a safe distance from the guy. now he was rescued and had no apparent injuries. luckily.
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i'm larry smith. a first in college football. two mice man trophy winners both injured in the first month of season. tim tebow who took a separate plane to lexington with several teammates amid swine flu rumors got knocked out of the game in kentucky. third quarter, a sack. a clean hit but watch his hit. hit against the knee of one of his own offensive linemen. he was motionless on the ground. had to be helped off the field and carted off the field. spent the night in a hospital. first oklahoma, sam bradford, earlier in season. now tebow going down. they do hope he'll be okay with the concussion. they have a bye next week week after the win. florida remains undefeated after the win at kentucky. penn state played as plain of those basic uniforms. number five nittany lions against iowa. second year in a row iowa upsets penn state, 21-10 the final here. elsewhere, they got the
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third round in before the rain came at the tour championship. kenny perry, what a story for him. here on the 4th hole, the approach shot here, a round of 6 under 64 on the day, near-perfect. a two-shot lead over tiger woods. they'll be the final twosome today in the final round. great putt by tiger right there. phil mickelson, did you know he is a bruce lee fan? look at this. trying to -- whoops -- trying to move the sign, he tries to kick the sign, we don't know why. phil four shots back. $10 million is in play at the tour championship. "play of the day" -- a $10 million catch. fly ball last night between the mariners and blue jays. miguel batista with the willie mays-like basket catch over the shoulder. great play for the "play of the day." that's sports. families who have lost loved ones in combat sought strength
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and comfort in numbers. ♪ >> thousands gathered for the animal ul time of of remembrance. this year a hollywood celebrity showed up to share their grief. . this year a hollywood celebrity showed up to share their grief.
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families who have lost a loved one in combat gathered to remember them. the annual time of remembrance ceremony was held in washington yesterday. it honors the families of fallen servicemen and women and allows them to share their pride and pain and collectively cope with their loss. >> each of you has lost someone special in your life. there are no words that anyone, least of all me, can say that will heal your terrible hurt. but i want you to know that my thoughts and the thoughts of our country are with you. i'm left thinking of a quote that i heard once which assuredly applies to each and every one of you here, to the world, he was one, but to me, he was my world. thank you. thank you for your sacrifice. >> more than 4,000 families have lost loved ones in the iraq war since it began in 2003.
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another 840 families lost someone in afghanistan. a u.s. drone has crashed into the headquarters of an iraqi political party in northern iraq. the u.s. military says the drone went down city in the city of mosul. it crashed into the roof of the iraqi islamic party, the largest sunni political party in iraq. the pentagon says the crash into the roof of the building was only a coincidence. the stock market can get confusing if you don't know where to invest your funds. but hln money expert clark howard tells us how to make money without the hassle. >> i want you to know something -- i am obsessed with something known as index funds. how can somebody be obsessed with something like that? i mean it's a thing. well, it's a good thing for you. what's an index fund anyway? it's where instead of you buying an investment, individual stock or buying a mutual fund where
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some brainiac tries to figure out what to buy, what to sell, how much of it to get, in an index fund, it's really simple. you just buy all the big companies in the country. there are 500 of those. or do you buy into the total stock market which is generally considered to be thousands of companies where you have little slices and dices of them. the advantage of an index fund, well, you don't need a brainiac to figure out what to buy and sell. they just buy everything. so what you're charged in management fees, tiny. the good news, new report from the "wall street journal" finds that for funds, 90% of the time an index fund will beat a manager. for stocks, 60% of the time. i'm clark howard for more ways for you to pack a punch in your wallet, go to cnn.com/clark howard. >> for more good news, don't miss clark's show today at noon. he's going to help you save more, spend less and avoid getting ripped off. a world war ii veteran says he just had to get back into
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that plane he flew over germany decades ago. >> it will mean a lot because it would will be the last landing. i jumped out instead. >> how he was able to complete his last mission with his family by his side. here you go. whoa! that's some serious insurance. ding-ding-ding! ding! ding! fun fact -- progressive is the number-one truck insurer. yeah, great service at the right price. and nowadays, my business depends on it. do you have anything like that for my car? yes! our car insurance comes with 24/7 claim service,
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♪ welcome to comcast local edition. i am donna richardson and my guest this hour is colonel george f. johnson iv superintendent of the maryland natural resources police. colonel, thank you for joining me. >> great to be here with you. >> in addition to being with the maryland natural resources you are president of the maryland police chief association, and who in addition to chief are your members? and who is working with you? >> it is comprised mostly of chief of police from all over the state and state government and law enforcement chiefs and
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county and municipalities that exist in all of the state of maryland. >> i know as a group i know there are several initiatives taking place. there is a new one. checkpoint strike force. >> yes, it is a research based-multi-state situation where we pick and we go out there and we look for drivers that are impaired and work to get them off of the road and we do that through our sobriarity checkpoints and our saturation patrols. >> and so, which jerse - jurisdiction, one specific area or all of the jurisdictions now involved? >> all throughout maryland, the chiefs of police have signed on. every jurisdiction signed on in some way shape or form to participate in the checkpoint strike force. >> and so do you find that the checkpoints are helpful in
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hopefully lowering traffic fatalities? >> absolutely. fatalities have been reduced 20 percent in the areas where we are doing the checkpoints . it proves to be extremely beneficial to us in many different ways. >> and do you find that the residents are supporting the checkpoints and do you have partner necessary this effort? >> yes, we do. as you know, it is a powerful organization of mothers against drunk drivers. we work with them chosely in this endeavor and other organizations. their surveys indicate 85 to 90 percent of the people they talked to support the checkpoints. >> do you do these at specific times of year or are the checkpoints ongoing initiative. >> they are ongoing initiatives. they will be taking place every week and everywhere and where you think that it is the best
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possible opportunity to deploy the work force and effective use knowledge of our people in this endeavor. >> as you are having the checkpoints and i know initially you are looking for impaired drivers, but are you finding other things when you are pulling over the impaired drivers? >> oh, yes. people are very surprised what we run into on the checkpoints. the main focus is to get the impaired drivers that use alcohol off of the streets and identify them. but we are running into people who have warrants on them. their licenses are suspended, some people have drugs in the vehicle this we were able to detect and find. there is a whole gamut of things and seat belt usage. it helps us with the seat belt initiatives and child safety
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seat. we are able to make different observations and of course, we put a lot of emphasis on the seat belt usage and child safety seat as well >> i know some jurisdiction or most of the them, there is zero tolerance if you don't have your seat belt on, it is amazing that people are still driving without them. >> it is with the seat belt usage, if you are involved in an accident with the impaired drivers that use alcohol that gives you that much more of a chance to survive. >> how can citizens assist with the checkpoint strike force? >> we need them to be our eyes and ears out there. as with many thing necessary law enforcement and we ask citizens to do. if they see a person driving erratically or aggressively and feel they are under the influence of alcohol. pick up the cell phone and dial the number 911 or what ever it is that they feel comfortable in
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using. >> thank you, colonel for joining me. >> donna thank you for helping us. >> thank you for watching comcast local edition. i am donna richason.
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president obama back in washington from his appearance at the g-20 summit in pittsburgh. caucus din ter president dove caucus dinner last night here. the president dove back in to the health care debate saying congress needs to pass a health care bill this year. friends and family said good-byes to annie le, the funeral was held yesterday here in california. she was found dead at the new haven lab where she worked on the day that she was supposed to get married. a co-worker is charged with her killing. germans are voting in their national elections today. recently several threatening videos from al qaeda and the taliban have been posted to the internet warning voters to stay
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away from the polls. meanwhile, chancellor angela merkel is expected to win another four-year term. it's a quick check of the headlines here for this last sunday in september. time flies, doesn't it. i'm natasha curry. iran's president got a welcome home. international pressure is rising after iran's revelation of a secret nuclear enrichment plant. officials there are blasting the u.s. and otters for what they say was a hostile reaction. they also promised to come through on a critical u.s. demand. >> reporter: one day after the u.s., britain and france called out iran for building a secret nuclear site, iranian officials insisted they have nothing to hide. and will comply with demands to let international inspectors into the facility. >> there is no nuclear material in this new site and we are arranging and inspector will
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confirm. >> reporter: secretary of state hillary clinton welcomed the pledge to allow inspectors in but made clear the u.s. expects concrete action at key nuclear talks on thursday. >> we are hopeful that in preparing for the meeting on october 1st iran comes and shares with all of us what they are willing to do and gives us a time table on which they are willing to proceed. >> reporter: the united states has long suspected tehran of trying to develop nuclear weapons and in his weekly address president obama warned iran's leaders the u.s. is not alone in its suspicions. >> yesterday, i stood shoulder to shoulder with our european allies in condemning iran's program. in our meetings and public statements president medvedev of russia and i agree iran must pursue a new course or face consequences. >> reporter: that means possibly tougher sanctions and president obama says the u.s. is keeping all options on the table including a military one. but in an interview for cnn
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state of the union with john king, defense secretary robert gates said even that has its limits. >> the reality is there is no military option that does anything more than buy time. >> reporter: next up the crucial meeting thursday in geneva when iranian diplomats sit down with officials from the u.s. and the other permanent members of the u.n. security council. as well as germany to discuss iran's nuclear program. elaine quijano, cnn, the white house. despite condemnation over its secret nuclear facility, iran tested a missile launching system earlier today. state-run tv isn't giving many details but says two types of missiles were fired. it may iran said it tested a missile capable of reaching parts of europe. today's tests are part of an exercise expected to go on ten to 11 days. film director roman polanski has been arrested by swiss police on a 30-year-old rape charge here in the u.s.
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you may remember that in 1978 polanski fled to france after pleading guilty to having sex with a 13-year-old girl. this morning we learned he was arrested on his way to the zurich film festival. the 79-year-old won an academy award in 2003 for "pianist." he also wrote and directed "rosemary's break." for two years social security will pay out more than its taking in. it's the first time this happened since the 1980s and officials say a spike in early retirement claims from laid off seniors is a big contributor. there is good news, the deficits won't affect payments to retirees because social security has a surplus from previous years but this will add to the overall federal deficit. this is what happens when more than a month's worth of rain falls in just 12 hours. now more than 75 people are dead
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or missing in the philippines. a tropical storm triggered land slides and massive flooding as you can see by the people in the water. entire towns were swamped. army troops and volunteers have rescued more than 4,000 people, some from their roofs. and take a look at one of our i-reporters. this is in manila. it shows thigh deep water and submerged cars. this is the worst flooding the country has had in 40 years. you probably don't think of prescription pills when you think of recycling. people showed up in niagara county, new york yesterday to drop off their old unwanted medicines. this is the second year that st. mary's hospital has hosted the drug drop-off. the idea is to keep the drugs out of the wrong hands and stop people from polluting the water system. >> like before in the past i would dissolve them in water and dump them down the drain. i don't know that's the proper way to dispose of it. >> our affiliate says a similar event at another hospital
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collected more than 300 pounds of prescription drugs last year. uh-oh, a "saturday night live" newbie dropped an f-bomb on the comedy show's season premier. the question is, was it a slip of the tongue? of course we bleeped it out for you but take a listen to jenny slate. >> you know what. you frickin' threw an ashtray full of butts at my head. you know what, you stood up for yourself. i [ bleep ] love you for that. >> you're in the heart babe. you're in the heart. >> according to entertainmentweekly.com in 1981 charles rocket got in trouble for using the f-word on the show. >> this is not your average pot hole obviously. check it out. heavy rain in north georgia helped open up this sinkhole in the middle of the road outside of atlanta. police blocked off the intersection but someone still moved the cones and the driver crashed into this sinkhole. look at that.
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fortunately, the driver suffered only minor injuries in the incident. if you're having a soggy weekend look likes good news for you. let's check in with reynolds wolf for a look at the forecast. southeast, the rain's gone. right? >> looks pretty good. especially in atlanta where we've been inundated with heavy precipitation over the last couple days. certainly last monday was awful. but we're expecting things to dry out, should be a fairly nice day. this area of high pressure is going to move into the region giving us a dry spell for most of the week. however, in the great lakes we go, could see scattered showers and strong storms developing later on in the day. looks like the biggest threat is hail, heavy rain, possibly flash flooding and damaging winds. can't rule out an isolated tornado. meanwhile as we make our way out to parts of the west coast, we see there, very warm conditions for the four corners and back in southern california with high temperatures that will be going up. check it out. into the triple digits for las vegas and phoenix. 80 degrees in denver, 82 in
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kansas city, 81 in memphis, 89 in tampa. one other quick thing to mention to you. in the high plains and back into the central rockies we've got area of high pressure that's actually going to be setting into, say, parts of the dakotas. with that moving in with this frontal boundary and the interaction with that low forming over the great lakes, could give us very windy conditions in parts of the central plains and then back in the rockies, some wind gusts possibly exceeding 60 miles an hour. that's a look at the forecast. i'm reynolds wolf for hln. banks make a lot of money from extra fees. but soon you, the customer, could get a small break. jennifer westhoven is "looking out for you." >> this week, some of the big banks decided they were going to trim those nasty overdraft fees. bank of america, and wells fargo started it. chase, u.s. bank followed, maybe more. the question is, is that going to be enough to pacify congress? congress has been hearing a lot of people saying they are
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furious after getting socked by overdraft fees which could be around $35 and if you make a mistake you can get hit with a few in one day. it can be hundreds of dollars. banks don't want to give them all up. overdraft fees are a gold mine for them. they brought in $38 billion this year alone. so banks are hoping to give an inch so they can keep most of that revenue stream. bank of america and wells fargo, for example, they're cutting the number of time these can hit you in a day. it used to be ten times a day in some cases they could hit you $50 in fees. some banks are not going to hit you, say you go over by only $10. they won't whack you for a little mistake. we'll see if that's enough. congress is getting set to pass new regulations on debit and credit card fees that could possibly protect you. i'm jennifer westhoven "looking out for you." and you can get more great money advise each week day on "morning express with robin meade." from 6:00 to 10:00 a.m. eastern.
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and when my symptoms-the coughing, wheezing, tightness in my chest came back- i knew i had to see my doctor. he told me i had choices in controller medicines. we chose symbicort. symbicort starts to improve my lung function within 15 minutes. that's important to me because i know the two medicines in symbicort are beginning to treat my symptoms and helping me take control of my asthma. and that makes symbicort a good choice for me. symbicort will not replace a re0=ue inhaler for sudden symptoms. and should not be taken more than twice a day. symbicort contains formoterol. medicines like formoterol may increase the chance of asthma-related death. so, it is not for people whose asthma is well controlled on other asthma medicines. see your doctor if your asthma does not improve or gets worse. i know symbicort won't replace a rescue inhaler.
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within 15 minutes symbicort starts to improve my lung function and begins to treat my symptoms. that makes symbicort a good choice for me. you have choices. ask your doctor if symbicort is right for you. (announcer) if you cannot afford your medication, astrazeneca may be able to help. yesterday, jennifer received the the state senate liberty medal. the teacher said she never set out to be an organ donor but a former student called and asked if she would donate a kidney to him. >> she's great. she's amazing.
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>> she's not a relative, not a mother, she's not a sister, she's not a brother. she's gone out of her way, it's an extraordinary step, a big operation and she saved a life. >> i was willing to do what i needed to do to help a student and now a friend for life. >> don't you love teachers. without her help kevin o'brian would have had to wait eight years for an organ transplant and could have died before finding a match. you might call it bossology 101. scholars are in new jersey this weekend for a discussion and panel on bruce springsteen. glory days of bruce springsteen symposium coincides with the 60th birthday of the new jersey rock 'n' roll legend. discussion of topics include wide-ranging areas like springsteen and psychology and springsteen in social consciousness. i'm larry smith. winning 10 million bucks is cool enough. for kenny perry winning it with
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your son working as your caddie has to be priceless. the 49-year-old is in the lead at the tour championship, the season ending atlanta event with mega millions on the line with shots like this. the birdie putt here, 6 under round of 64, he has a two-shot lead over tiger woods. his playing partner today. woods is at 6 under par. great save here to save par on 18 on saturday before the rain hit. mr. perry tells mr. woods for today bring it home. >> you know what, he better bring his a game is all i got to say. >> the two will team up in the president's cup in the international team later in october. in college football, what a finish. lsu at mississippi state. the tigers trying to hold on and they do. the goal line stand, time and time again at the end of the game, to hold on to the 30-24 win and the tenth straight win over msu. great finish at michigan as well. how about tate forcier, injures his shoulder, comes back, throws the touchdown pass late in the fourth quarter.
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his teammates forgot oh, don't hit the shoulder. indiana tried to come back. indiana led the entire game. simultaneous possession here it appeared but ruled an interception and iu coach bill lynch can't believe it. runs, throws his head set. what else. i'm going to throw my gum at my own players. oh, boy. didn't help. iu tough loss in the big house. look who will make his nvm return today. michael vick won't start at quarterback but will be in uniform and active since the 2006 season when he was the star of the atlanta falcons. vick's suspension is over and is expected to play for the eagles with starting quarterback donovan mcnabb injured as philly takes on kansas city. that's sports. a war that ended more than 50 years ago kept millions of families apart until now. see the tear-filled reunion between brothers and sisters and parents and the children they never got to know. ever worn your clothes in the shower?
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the annual time of remembrance ceremony was held in washington yesterday. it honors the families of fallen service men and women and allows them to share pride and pain and collectively cope with their loss. >> each of you has lost one special in your life. there are no words that anyone, least of all me, can say that will heal your terrible hurt. but i want you to know that my thoughts and the thoughts of our country are with you. i'm left thinking of a quote i heard which assuredly applies to each and every one of you. to the world he was one. but to me, he was my world. thank you. thank you for your sacrifice. >> more than 4,000 families have lost loved ones in the iraq war since it began in 2003. another 840 families lost someone in afghanistan. a u.s. drone has crashed into the headquarters of an
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iraqi political party in northern iraq. the u.s. military says that the drone went down friday in the city of mosul, it crashed into the roof of the iraqi islamic party, the largest sunni political party in iraq. the pentagon says the crash into the roof of the building was only a coincidence. the husband of a congresswoman died while on a mountain climbing trip in tibet. aides to new york representative carolyn maloney said that clifton maloney died in his sleep after reaching the summit of the world's sixth highest mountain. 71-year-old was a millionaire investment banker. carolyn maloney has served in congress since 1993 and recently announced she was giving up her bid for the senate. dozens of families separated by the korean war were reunited this weekend. for decades they had absolutely no contact with each other. no mail, no telephone, no e-mail.
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sohn jie-ae has more on the emotional tear-filled reunions. >> reporter: 88-year-old yoonkidai thought this would never come. after 60 years of being separated he is holding the hands of his son and daughters. babies when he left them during the korean war. father, we thought you were dead, says his daughter, now in her 60s. 97 korean families separated by war and ideology for decades were reunited saturday in the north mountains. they showed each other photos of their lives and relatives who had passed away. most of the families were separated by the korean war in the early 1950s. since then, there had been no phone calls, no letters, and no information at all about family members on the oert sither sidee border. but every story followed a similar tragic pattern.
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this 95-year-old thought he was leaving his youngest son behind in the north just until things settled down. and this 79-year-old was separated by her siblings in the panic to escape the fighting. more than 100,000 koreans have registered to look for relatives on the other side of the border. less than 20,000 have been able to meet. and soon these families will be separated again. they are allowed to be together for three days, then the south koreans must return home. most are already elderly and frail. they are not sure if they will ever meet again. from the moment they say their emotional hellos, they must prepare for what may be their final good-byes. a world war ii veteran says that he just had to get back into that plane that he flew over germany decades ago. >> it will mean a lot.
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